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Ch. 5/Communication All types of nonverbal communication and the functions. Self Disclosure, what is it? What is the process? When might the process be different than normal? Taboo Topics Interpersonal Space-what are they and what are some of the differences based on culture/gender/etc. Appropriate ways to express concern/sympathy Interpersonal Gap Gender Differences in Communication Side by side vs Face to face Who talks more in public? Connection vs. Status Mental Health/Stress/Depression What is depression and how can it manifest? Symptoms. Who does depression effect? How does Chronic Stress affect us? What impact can chronic stress as a child affect us as adults?
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Unformatted text preview: What are examples of positive stressors? What are stress management or coping skills? What does ACE stand for? Codependency What are some ways to effectively deal with codependency or to get out of a codependant relationship? What is codependency? What are the red flags of codependency? Conflict Resolution & Jealousy & Forgiveness Reactive Jealousy Suspicisous Jealousy Jealously-a sign of love or low self worth? Ostracism Voice, Loyalty, Exit, Neglect Dialectical Tensions The 4 instigating events discussed in the book Types of couples Forgiveness-who is it for? How is forgiveness more easily given?...
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  • Spring '12
  • StaceyLuchtenburg
  • Interpersonal relationship, Low self worth

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